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PIMLICO AND WESTMINSTER Catholic Charity Free Schools. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 15 November 1839

vIMLICO AND--wJIsTMrNS1(E95R r rfatlic Qbarvt(F-free- acbooTg. On Wednesday,; 26th, a-deeunc took place at Lovegrove's Tavern, Blackwall, in support of these schools, in which 170) boyi7aiii80 irls rq ceive a gratuitous education from the olui.ntairy subscriptions.ofthe patrons ofgeieralinstrstctio9. A steamer was engaged by the stewaras' to. cot vey the company from Hungerfordj market , to Blackwall. The boat was fitted witb:nn awning to protect the passengers from the inconvenipncb of either heat or rain ; and the band of the. East Surrey Yeomanry' enlivened 'the passage, 'by theb performance of several popular airs and pieces of music. Among the company who embarkpd were Daniel O'Connell, i"sq., AMP., Count Taaffe, the Hon. Colonel Stanhope, Lieut.-Ge naral Sir John Doyle, the Hon. Mr. Langdale. M.P.,$Sir John Scott Lillie, Count Hawkes Le 'Grice, John O'Connell, Esq., M P, &c. On the boat's arrival at Blackwall the-passengers were greeted by a most respectable company, a...

Publication Title: Australasian Chronicle
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Dr. Lang's New Zealand IN 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 15 November 1839

Dr. Lang's New Zealand IN 1839. (From the Spectator, July 20, 1839.) .Da. LAno, who is well known as having re sided a' number of years as Minis'er of the Scotch Church in New South Wales, and as the author of several works onthe Penal Colo'. nirs, has lately revisited England; and, by. thb great interest now existing In favour of tha coloulsation of New Zeajand,' has been in. dduced to put forth the' present pamphlet on the subject. Dr. Lang, It seems, touched at, NewZesland for a few days on bis last Irone. ward'voysge; and has therefore had the oppor* tunity of some personal othiervatlon; in addi. tion to. the extensive knowledge be had previ. ousty gained by: the information of others. The pamphlet consists 'of four letters, ad. dressed to the Earl of Dunham in bis'capacity of Governor of the New Zealanid Land Corn puny. 'The first letter describes the character and Influence of the present European popula. tion of New Zealand as regards the aborigines; the second treats of the ...

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Report of the Committee ON POLICE AND GAOLS. The Committee of the Legislative Committee, appointed on the 11th June, 1839, to Inquire into, and Report upon, the Eslablishment and Strength of the Police Force in all its branches—to what extent it may be expedient to maintain or increase it—and the expense it will occasion—have carefully examined into the several matters to them referred, and agreed to the following Report. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 15 November 1839

Report of the Committee ON POLICE AND GAOLS. The Committee of the Legislative Committee, appointed on the 1i th tJne, 1839, to Inquire into, and Report upon, the Estab lishment and Strength of the Police Force in all its branches-to what extent it may -be expedient to maintain or increaie it and the expense it will occasion-have carefully examined into the several matters to them referred, and agreed to the follow ing Report. YoUR Committee, immediately upon its appointment, proceeded to call before them such of the magistrates and other persons resi dent in Sydney and In the rural districts of the .Colony, as could afford them such information as would enable them to arrive at satisfactory conclusions on the several important mnattets submitted for their report. They continued to sit as frequently as the other business before your honourable Council would permit. 1'he evidence has necessarily been very voluminous, and the inquiry protracted to a somewhat inconvenient length, but yo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 15 November 1839

`f'or London, FI7 E"fin& Shiji DBardaster, 1l7 ".*4$6 Tons "Regster, pnssessihg eleg tit' c"iofsabcltion, and lofty room for steer age pbtalsoingers' being seven feet between decks. 1 Theetardasler's lower holdis now comaplet ed. She has! roomo for 100 bales o(.Wool,, and is under contract. to sail on or bofore the 20th: 1 Apply to Captain, VIRTUE, on board; or to I HUGHES, AND HOSKING, ,_ _ " .t.Albion. Wharf. Nov 6,.1889. 431' >.Tf olloo the Bardasterr. Tor London, MHE 'findi''hip lIifDAnY, 1:'4.50i Tone -Register.. This 'Ves* sal will have all her dead weight on board, on or db ti the 12th November, and will have ear ly dispattch.' For; Freight or Passage, having superior ac. commadation. and carrying a skilful' Surgeon, apply to.Captain GEORGE Garrpgv, or to HUGHES & HOSKING, Albion Wharf. Noy. 6, 1839.M , . 432 - pPort. A Nicplon, (The, Wew Zealand .Company's : Settlement,) AND' THE:BAYOF ISLANDS,. .Vith immediate dispatc h. EHE well-known fast-sailing Cirtte...

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LOCAL. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 15 November 1839

LOCAL. Captain Innes was yesterday sworn in as Superintendent of Police for Syduey. The salary allowed him is £400 a year. The charaeter which this gentleman has gained by his decided and unbiassed conduct on the bench, and his activity in his public duties are well known.- It is understood, that Mr. Ryan Brennan is to . have the superin tendence of the water police; and that Major Christio, or Captain Brown, will be appointed to the situa tion lately filled by Captain Innes, as Superintendent of Hyde Park liar racks, the House of Correction, &o. Mr. Samuel Lyons sold, at his rooms on Tuesday last, a portion of the cargo of 'the Lady M'-Naughton. The follow ing prices were realised :-Srames dld a 7s per bag) barley 6s 3d a Os Od ditto, .bran 2s Od.a :s dittb, castor oil 23s per dozen, arrowroot 21d per lb. We bear that Mr. Brennan has been appointed to- fill the oube of First Police Magistrate for. the time being, froi which Colonel- Wilsoii has been suspended till her Majes...

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New Zealand. House of Commons, June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 15 November 1839

House of Commons, June 25. Sir R. INGLIS wished to put two questions to the under secretary for the colonies relative to New Zealand. He wished to know what were the intentions of her Majesty's govern. ment relative to the colony of New Zealand generally, and also with respect to the New Zealand company. Mr. LABOUCHERE said that the govern. ment had come to the determination of taking steps which would probably lead to the estab. lishment of a colony in that country; but as those measures were still under consideration, he trusted the hon. baronet would excuse his not entering further into them. With respect to the second question, he beeged to say that the company was not recognised by the government of this country; at the same time he would -say that in future steps which the government might take with reference to New'Zealand, they would consider themselves bound in making grants of land, to recognise the rights of parties to pro perty in that country, unless it had been ac quir...

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Legislative Council. Tuesday, Nov. 12, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 15 November 1839

Tuesday, W'ov. 12, 1839. PRRSRNT-The Governor, Commander of the Forces, the Chief Justice, Colonial Secretary, Attorney General, Collector of Customs, Auditor General, and Messrs. Campbell, Berry, Jones, Macarthur, Blax land. Sir John Jamison, and Captain King. The Colonial Secretary moved the second reading of the Female Convict Transpoita: tion Abolishment Bill. The Governor stated, that by a late stat ute in England, three years' imprisonment. was substituted instead of seven years' trans. portation. But in England it was left to the option of the Judges to determine, ac cording to the extent of their crime, whe:, ther their sentence should be transportation or imprisonment. In this Colony, there was no option left to the Judge, He therefore thought that five years should be the period of imprisonment. The Attorney General thought that three years would answer as well. He hkewi.e stated, that if five years was the time fixed upon, -there would not be room In the Fact tory. The Go...

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BORDER POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 15 November 1839

BORDER POLICE. In July, 18S6, an Act was passed by the Legislative Council to prevent the occupation of the Crown Lands without holding a valid lease, if within the boundaries of location, and a license if beyond those boundaries; and regulations consequent thereon were publibhed on the 1st October, 1835. The country beyond 'the boundaries was divided into seven districts, viz :-1 Moneroo Plains.-2. The Country Sonth of the Mnrrumbidgee.--3. Lachlan District.-4. Wellington District.-5. Bligh District.-6. Liverpool Plains and New Eng land.-7. Port Macquarie. To each of these a Commissioner, receiv ing 20s. per deim, was appointed, but without any Establishnment to act under him. On the 2nd October, 1836 (?), another Act was passed to continue and amend the Act in ques tion. An important alteration was, however, made in the principle of that Act in March of the present year, by the 2nd Victoria, No. 27, intitnied, "An Act further to restrain the un   authorised occupation...

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Country News. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 15 November 1839

Country News. WINDSOR.--On Thursday the 8th inst., His Excellency, Lady Gipps, and attendants, arrived here at an early hour, and were received at the government cottage with the respect and attention to which they are entitled, by the following gentlemen who were in attendance: S. North, Esq., police Magistrate, Lieut. Col. Baker, and the officers of the 80th regt., R. Fitzgerald, Esq., Wm. Cox, Esq., Wm. Bowman, Esq., F. Bettick, Esq., A. G. Gar- mack, Esq., George Wyatt, Esq., the Rev. H. Styles, &c., with whom he breakfasted. In taking a view of the surrounding country, from the excel- lent and commanding situation at government house, His Excellency expressed himself as highly delighted with the appearance it presents, and on seeing the fertile banks of the Hawkesbury, and the plains of Wil- berforce, with their heavy and delight- ful crops, remarked, that they reminded him of Old England. After breakfast His Excellency visited the different government buildings, viz. t...

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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 19 November 1839

]l apoundings. Impounded at Patrick's Plains, on the 6th November, 1839; One brown working Bullock, near shoulder and flank white, speckled, branded NL con. joined 1,ff rump. One red Cow, branded OC of rump. 4 One yellow Cow and Calf, not branded. One red and white speckled Bull, not branded. One brown Bull, not branded. One brown-aided Bull, not branded. One red and white speckled Steer, not branded. One red 'Helfer, not branded. One black Cow, white back and belly, no visible brand. One brindled 'Heifer, not branded, One strawberry Cow and Calf, branded OK off rnmp. One brindle-sided Cow and Calf, branded JRRR on near ribs. One red Heifer, white rump and tail, branded W near ribs, a large illegible brand under the W, an illegible brand on off shnulder. One yellow Bull, has a bow with half'of a bullock-yoke on his neck, not branded. Also, three small Sow Pigs, two white and black .apotted,.one black, five shillings damages on each, inipounded by Mr. Singleton, Patrick's Plains. If ...

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To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 19 November 1839

Tb the Editor of the Australasian Chronfete. Sria,-l observe in one of your late nuimbers a request to be in'ormed of the things doing, in various parts of the colony, in reference to religion. In our retired and almost inaccessible valley her voice has been heard, and with good effect. The Bishop's first visit, in the com. mencement of October, filled us with joy. What we before knew we then felt, that we formed a part of the great family of Christ; and at the invitation of our chief pastor, we deter. mined to erect a house for the celebration of the divine mysteries. To encourage us, his Lord. ship promised to repeat his visit in the course of a fortnight; and on that very day fortnight did return, accompanied by the Reverend Messrs. Brady and Goold. A subscription of nearly £80 had been made,-plans drawn,-and all things prepared to begin forthwith a chapel, about forty feet long and twenty wide. Early on the morning following, all hands were engaged in making preparations for the...

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Legislative Council. Thursday, Nov. 14, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 19 November 1839

ýL~egislattbe Qrottittl. Tharsday, Not. 14, 1839. PRasaNT-The Governor, the Bishop, the Chief Justice, Sir Maurice O'Connell, the Attorney General, the Colonial Secres tary, the Auditor of Accounts, Colonel Gibbes, Sir John Jamison, Captain King, and Messrs.' Berry, Jones, Macarthur, and Blatland. The Revenue Appropriation Bill under went the second reading,' and was ordered to be read a third tine on Tuesday next. Mr. Blaxland proposed that a resolution should be passed by the Council expressing. their opinion that one-half of the Colonial Expenditure for Police and Gauls should be borne by the Home Government but objection having been made to the motion on the ground that due notice had not been given, the honorable member withdrew it, giving notice, at the bame time of his inten: iont to bring it forward again'on Tuesday next. Mr. Jones also gate notice that he intended at the next meeting of the Council to move for the consideration of the Emi gration question.. r ' .' : . His H...

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POETRY. A RHAPSODY. "Quot homines tot sententice." [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 19 November 1839

OiE. A RHAPSODY. "Quot homines tot sententia." Silent nymph, with curious eye, -Dywa. Thro' the velvet foliage peeping,-MoonE. Seldom found, yet over nigh,-BARBAULD. And neyer worth the keeping,-ANONYMOUs. Thou dostdrink, and dance, and sing,-Cow LEY. Thoij'ddat make a day ofanight;-JoHnSoN. 'iil'thoseu begins-to flrng,-MILToN. His redundant stream of light,-AKENSIDE. Sourliioping all the day,-WILKIc." With the trusty maid's embrace;-Buans. Lift thy hainds and humbly pray,-SMARr. . For a pimple on thy face.-POPE. --From the Silurian. -'lays, 30th May, 1839.. ,

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Supreme Court. Friday, November 15. Before the Chief Justice. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 19 November 1839

Supreme Court. FridUy, Noleatber 15. Before the Chief Justice. James Turner, who bad been found guilty ot assaulting, with intent to rob. was senstenced to serve two years in an ironueang. Patrick Laing and Margaret Laing, who had been committed tor perjury had their trial post poned until the next session, in order that fur. tlher evidence for the prosecution might' be obtained. ": * Elisabeth and Jane White, charged. with in fanticide, were admitted to bail. their trial being postponed till next session for-the same reason. John lsaggs, charged with highway rubbery, was likewise admitted to bail, in consequence of the postponement of hsis trial. Three government men, named Harmers, Welsh, and Hayden, who had been committed on the charge of murder) which, however, had Out been substantiated, were ordered to be dis charged and retained to Hyde-park;Barracks. John Doyle, who had been Committed on the charge of. rape, had his trial postponed until next session, in consequtence of the ...

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Calendar for the ensuing Week. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 19 November 1839

D. M.D.W. MEMORANDA. l9" Ti. Sui rises, 5 b. 4mn. sets 6 h 56 m. 20 W1 S:1.dmond King, Mait. g. d. 21 T. Full Mood 18m. r.m. 22 F.t S. Cecilia V. M., d. 23 S. S. Clement P.-M., d. 24 S. 27 aft. Pent., S. John of the Cross, d. 25 14. S. Catherine V. M., d. 20 Tu. S. Felix Conf., d.

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 19 November 1839

Co Qrovrespontret0. Thanks to our Correspondent at Borrogo rang. Let him write often and let others'imli tate him. * *, All communications to be addressed to the Editor, at tht Chronicle Oficj, 47,.Pitt-street, Sydney.

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Original Correspondence. To the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 19 November 1839

Oxiginal eorvespon retnce. 7o the Editor of the Australasian Chronicle. San,-I have perused with great pleasure, the leading article of the Ohronicle, for the 29th of October, announcing the termination of.its first quarter. Its success proves that the Roman Catholics of these Colonies are no longer in different to the powerful influence of the press. You had numerous and serious difficulties to encounter, but you have met most of them in a manner truly gratifying to your many friends. The straightforward, the manly opponent, has. calmly and carefully examined your statements, and recognised his egregious errors on many points, has learned to respect what he may still consider your prejudices. From the hypocritical friend, the would be advocate in appearance, you have torn the mask, and sent him to join those apparently inveterate foes, who, despite of all reason, argument, and facts, continue to rail and rant to prolong the cry of no Popery, but whose enmity is as despicable as it ...

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The Chronicle. Sydney: TUESDAY, NOV. 19, 1839. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 19 November 1839

Sydneyu TUESDAY, NOV. 19, 1889. SWHiLE we maintain the principles of civil and religious equality, and rebut the slanders that are incessantly heaped upon our body, we ought not to conceal it either from ourselves or from our readers, that as far as regards outward policy and worldly wisdom, we are much behind our adversaries. If the political princi ples which pervade the Catholic body, were equally adhered to by all the other classes of society, it would then be well, that Catholics should: only be distinguished as such, when met together in the temple of God; but while a system of continued persecu tion is exercised against us, while a blow .is being aimed at our rights and liberties, while organised associations exist both here and in the Mother Country which have our humiliation, and, we might say our extermination for their objects, it is neither prudent 'no'r safe for us to remain in our present dlisoiganized state. The efforts of the various societies which have been got up ...

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Supreme Court. (CRIMINAL SIDE.) Wednesday November 13, 1839. Before Mr. Justice Willis. [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 19 November 1839

"r` S~etit'sit Cout.t coRaKMNAz'sroa.) Wednesday November 13,;1839. Before Mr. Justice Willis. Thomast Grea vea, aster of ti shi Royal Admiral, was indicted for the murder of Thomas Armstrong, by shooting him on board same ship on the high seas on the 24th of June last. Mr. A'Beckett and Mr. Brewer appeared for the defences John Armstrong, father of the deceased, de posed that on the night of the 24th of June last, while his wife was fixing a place* for the boy's bed he heard a noise as of the sailors quarreling with the passengers. One of the passengers had told the captain that a sailor named Page had stolen some cheese. He went upon deck to see what was the matter; as he was going up the hatch he heard a sound of a pistol, and was afterwards told that his son was shot. The boy was taken to the cabin. The bill passed from the left to the tight shoulder. l1e thought the, captain had a bad feeling to him; he had been told that the captain had since said, "he did not care if ise had ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Australasian Chronicle — 19 November 1839

Sale lby Auetion. London-made' Saddlery, 'oco0a and other Canivas, Woohlbaggibig, and 'Osnaburghs. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION, By Mr. Samiiel Lyons, . At hisa Temporary Auction Rooms, on TUESDAy; Jho. 19th instant, at 11 o'clock precisely, , HREE Casesof SADDLERY, 1' consisting of Saddles Gig. Harness Gig and Hand Whips, &c. &ol Five Bales Canvas, of different num bers One' Bale Osnaburghs Three Bales Woolbagging One Bale Brown Sheeting Two' Cases of Oil Cloths, for Table Covers Five hundred dozen Ladies' Scarfs Ten Pipes Red Wino Ten Hogsheads ditto A variety of other. Articles. Terms at time of Salo:.. - Four Hundred valuable Cows, Heifers,; Steers, and 'Calves, from the cdle brated Breeds of elaptait Riiper & ft. R. J£'Brenle, 0t0. Mr. S. Lyons Will sell by Auction on Monday, 2nd Dec., at his temporary Rooms, George street, at Eleven o'clock precisely,, 7ITHIE following Cattle, positively without the least reserve 100 Milch'Cows of ages, in Calf, or with Calves...

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